The Australian President, Liberal Scott Morrison, this Monday (03.29.2021) announced changes in his government on the gender quota, following the removal of two powerful ministers from their posts in Parliament who were at the center of two complaints of violations.
The Australian Prime Minister told reporters in Canberra that the changes were seven percentage points lower in two weeks as the Australian Prime Minister criticized his stance that “Australian women will shake what they have to achieve” to achieve what we all want.
Until now, although Attorney General, Christian Porter and defense chief Linda Reynolds (both accused in two misdemeanor cases) have left the cabinet, they will continue in administration as ministers of industry, science and technology, and government services and national disability insurance.
Porter’s permanence has been heavily criticized following complaints that he was raped for more than 30 years by a woman who died as a teenager, which he denies, and was filed by police this month for lack of evidence.
For his part, Reynolds will be appointed to replace former Home Secretary Peter Dutton, who has been the target of harsh criticism for the treatment of former Liberal Party adviser Brittany Higgins, who announced last month that he had been raped in the minister’s office. Canberra Parliament 2019 by a former colleague.
Another announcement made by Morrison was that she would work with Foreign and Women’s Minister Marice Payne to form a new problem group, gender issues, and be made up of all ministers and officials. Of the Treasury and Finance Departments. Michael has been appointed Attorney General, Head of Industrial Relations, and Karen Andrew Head of Home Affairs, the highest contributor of women in the Morrison government.
The Australian Prime Minister has been under intense pressure since reports surfaced of reports of Pandora’s rape, sexual harassment, inappropriate touching or distribution of videos of sexual acts by Australian parliamentarians, according to a complaint by former adviser Brittany Higgins. In addition to the explosive complaint against Minister Porter, it was revealed this week that liberal legislator Andrew Laming was harassing two women on social media, claiming that he took a picture of his butt while one-third filled a refrigerator with drinks.
Morrison, who has been heavily criticized for not taking action against these complaints, refused to speak to women who marched in the middle of the month to demand their rights, enjoying a strong reputation for his administration until recently before the epidemic.
mn (EFE, DPA)